Thomas Collard has pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of his wife, June Collard, who was profiled on the Charley Project and is now in the resolved section. She was missing for thirty years until her body was found last summer. He faces 8 to 25 years in prison — less than the time June lay buried underneath his house. Several plea deals were in fact offered, but Thomas rejected all the previous ones. He is 62 years old. He may very well die in custody. I hope he does. He is a despicable and cowardly person.
Now, what I want to know is where is that woman that kept posting nasty comments on my blog posts about this case, accusing me of making all kinds of factual errors and “bungling” my reporting of the case and “fabricating” details when I wasn’t doing any of those things? One of the things she yelled at me about was my saying I figured a plea bargain would probably occur in this case. She said a plea bargain would definitely NOT happen and I should have known that, and I was irresponsible or something if I didn’t know that.
Where are you now and what do you have to say for yourself? *offers crow drumstick*
Okay, so it’s a little immature of me. Must be the 30 mg of morphine I consumed a few hours ago.